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Lactose Intolerance

Often muddled with milk allergy, lactose intolerance is a completely different condition. This review explains the symptoms, causes, origins, genetics, prevalence and treatments available to reduce or eliminate the symptoms. Lactose Intolerance is by far the most common food intolerance, but watch out for carbohydrate and fruit intolerance. Lactase products are available for those who wish to continue consuming dairy products but without the symptoms >>> more (updated new web site)

Milk Allergy

Milk allergy is caused when the immunity system reacts against the proteins found in milk. This happens due to the lack of the immune system to learn to recognize milk proteins as being harmless. When unwanted bodies (proteins) enter our system the immune system is altered and reacts against the protein to destroy it and protect our body. Read about its causes, symptoms, tests, diagnoses, and milk alternatives >>> more (updated new web site)

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a common digestive disorder which can cause troublesome and persistent symptoms. These vary greatly from person to person, but usually include cramping discomfort, a feeling of fullness or bloating, and a change or disruption of bowel habit. This can range from constipation to diarrhoea or can alternate between the two. Read about the causes, symptoms, management, investigations, medications and when to consult a doctor >>> more (updated new web site)

Baby Colic

Colic is the name given to the sharp, intermittent abdominal pains in babies, usually the extreme end of normal crying behaviour in a baby between 3 weeks and 3 months of age. Several theories try explaining its causes. This article gives a comprehensive guide on the theories, symptoms, and causes of baby colitis. It explains how half of babies suffering from baby colic is caused by a temporarily lactase deficiency which is easily treated with lactase enzyme liquid  >>> more (updated new web site)

Coeliac Disease (gluten intolerance)

Coeliac (celiac) disease is a life-long inflammatory disease of the upper small intestine caused by intolerance to the gluten affecting many genetically susceptible individuals worldwide. Gluten is a protein found in wheat, and other similar proteins found in rye, barley and oats... Detailed article explaining all symptoms, causes, medication, studies, statistics and how to avoid a false negative result >>> more (updated new web site)

Non Coeliac Gluten Intolerance

15-20 percent of population test negative for coeliac disease but suffer from similar symptoms of bloating, wind, cramps and diarrhoea. This article explains the mechanism of this condition, its causes, symptoms, treatment and offers digestive enzymes able to destroy the offending protein allowing you to enjoy gluten diets >>> more (updated new web site)

Food Intolerance and Obesity

Medical research found that obese people are usually carbohydrate intolerance. Men are even more than women. Carbohydrate Intolerance is when the digestive system is unable to break down carbohydrates such as starch and hence incapable of absorbing it. Hence the body relies on complete absorption of fats. More details how to deal with this condition are detailed here and include recommendations to digestive enzymes that break down carbohydrates, helping the obese on the way of recovery >>> more (updated new web site)

Food Additives

Food additives have been used for centuries; for example, preserving food by pickling (with vinegar), salting, as with bacon and dried tomatoes, or using sulphur dioxide as in some wines. Preservatives, colours (colors), flavours, enhancers, anti-acids, sweeteners, anti-foaming agents, and more. They are all there listed in number order. Learn of those which may be harmful to adults or children >>> more (updated new web site)

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